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The Church and Climate Action: The Refugia Model as a Way Forward

The Church and Climate Action: The Refugia Model as a Way Forward
By Jeff Munroe, Editor • Issue #60 • View online
In Celebration of Earth Month, the Reformed Journal presents:
The Church and Climate Action: The Refugia Model as a Way Forward 
Thursday, April 28, 8-9 pm EDT
Featuring Kyle Meyaard-Schaap, Tim Van Deelen, Andrew Oppong, and Debra Rienstra

Worried about the climate crisis, but feeling overwhelmed and confused? Wondering why so many Christians seem to be ignoring a crisis that others are calling “code red for humanity”? Longing for your church to do more, but unsure how to make it happen?
If you want to explore what Christian faith calls us to do in the midst of the climate crisis, join us for this online webinar and discussion!
We’ll be talking about
  • the refugia model as a way to understand God’s work and the church’s role in the midst of crisis
  • how churches are overcoming resistance and providing leadership in the climate movement
  • young Christians’ passion for climate activism and environmental justice
  • practical ways to get churches working together in their communities on productive action
  • witnessing well to God’s love for all creation.
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